MILTON, Ga. — The Milton Historical Society Board of Directors recently elected Jeff Dufresne to serve as president of the organization.  Dufresne succeeds Bill Lusk, who will remain on the board of directors as vice president.  Also re-elected to the board in their current positions are Kar…

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CUMMING, Ga. — The Place of Forsyth County is using vehicle donations to make life a lot easier for county residents who are without transportation. 

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Frank Herbert, American science-fiction author best known for the novel “Dune” and its five sequels, once said "There is no real ending. It's just the place where you stop the story." So it is we “stop the story” on 2019 in Forsyth County.

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FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Individuals will be asked about their memories of Lake Lanier’s creation for an upcoming local history project, Paula Glover, promotions specialist for the Forsyth County Library said.

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MILTON, Ga. — The Milton community got its second chance this year to put the city’s new fire engines into service with a traditional “push-in” ceremony Dec. 12 at Station 43 on Hickory Flat Road. Firefighters, city officials and plenty of kids pushed engines 42 and 43 into the station to ma…

NORTH FULTON, Ga. — The Northern Ridge Boy Scout District — which includes the cities of Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek and Milton — recently announced its newest Eagle Scouts. The Scouts who passed their Board of Review on Dec. 4 at Alpharetta Presbyterian Church are:

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A larger-than-life sculpture depicting the legacy of humanity was unveiled Dec. 7 in front of the Forsyth County Courthouse. Creator Gregory Johnson has created more than 200 pieces for the county, including Chief Sawnee, at the Sawnee Mountain Preserve, and Lady Justice who will share the area in front of the courthouse with the soldier and two young children.

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Each day, tens of thousands of commuters drive down Medlock Bridge Road and pass a car wash at State Bridge Road without realizing they are passing a piece of history. 

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MILTON, Ga. — The Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub Cornhole League showed its support for a Milton veterans organization with a sizeable donation to the nonprofit. The league made a $2,500 donation to the Milton Veterans Memorial Markers organization following Veterans Day on Nov. 11.